5th Annual Canada’s Innovation Corridor Summit to focus on the Transition to Net-Zero

April 20, 2022 – MILTON, ON: As a member of Canada’s Innovation Business Corridor Council, the Milton Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the 5th Annual Canada’s Innovation Corridor Summit (CICS) will take place on Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at the Royal Botanical Gardens.

CICS is an annual one-day event designed to fuel regional connectivity and collaboration within Canada’s Innovation Corridor – a globally significant economic region centered in the Greater Golden Horseshoe and anchored by Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo, and Hamilton.

Driven by Canada’s Innovation Corridor Business Council, the summit serves as a key pillar in helping to inform and drive transformational actions that shape the corridor’s future as a world-class region measured by talent, productivity, and quality of life.

Under the theme Transition to Net-Zero, the 5th Annual CICS will bring together key decision makers from business, government, and the associations sector, to discuss the challenges and opportunities that decarbonization will bring for industry, infrastructure, transportation, and research within the corridor.

The event is expected to attract more than 300 attendees consisting of senior business leaders, government (all three levels), and the associations’ sector. It will offer a mix of presentations, panels and plenary sessions. High-profile speakers and agenda details will be announced in the coming weeks.

Summit sponsorship opportunities and tickets to attend the summit are available at this time. Visit corridorsummit.ca to learn more.

The annual summit is organized by Canada’s Innovation Corridor Business Council, a partnership of leading chambers of commerce and boards of trade in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. Each year, a city within the Corridor gathers their community and delegates from the region to address a different topic. Throughout the years, Canada’s Innovation Corridor Summit has brought delegates together to discuss and promote: advanced manufacturing, talent in the region, innovation and technology disruption.